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Jan 13, 2010 6:30am EST
to the united states. >>> 6:38 all of the talk about the cold air but not much wind chill and we did find a spot registering a wind chill but it is up on a hill with a wind chill of 14. otherwise, we have got ourselves a partly cloudy set up, warming trend into the 40s for a few days before a winter storm tries to approach. that is coming up in just a couple of minutes. >>> sheila dixon should give the money back. >> outrage cries could be heard across city hall demanding the mayor to give the money back. >>> why a brew could cost a little more pretty soon. >>> more than 1400 jobs are coming to baltimore, how you can be part of history and make some money doing it. >>> to the very end, in the end, we will have the highlights coming up. c announcer: when it comes to fighting flu viruses, like 2009 h1n1, wash your hands and get your flu shot. regularly disinfect surfaces. and talk to your friends about doing the same. let's help spread protection against flu viruses like 2009 h1n1. >>> good wednesday morning, thanks for joining us. i'm megan pringle. >> we will tell you about the news in the
Jan 4, 2010 5:30am EST
the united states and when you fly into the united states. just yesterday a man slipped through security at newark airport in new jersey so this morning police are still looking for that man. authorities say the man walked through the screening checkpoint exit into the secure side of the continental terminal. police are looking at surveillance tapes, they are trying to identify that man. airline passengers are boarding again this morning after flights were grounded for hours yesterday. so, you have what happened in newark yesterday. multiply that by what happened on christmas day, needless to say things are going to change when you fly. >> sherrie johnson is live to tell us what it is going to be like to leave town today. >> reporter: good morning. the u.s. government has issued new security rules for all airlines that fly into this country. immediately after the christmas day bomb attempt. the government ordered patdowns and extra luggage checks for all passengers on international flights to the u.s. today new measures narrow that down to those who may pose the biggest threat. passenge
Jan 5, 2010 5:30am EST
will cooperate with the united states in fighting the terror network washington is embracing the yemeni president in the battle against al-qaeda with u.s. counterterror aid and help for security forces this. weekend yemen will get some yemeni detainees from guantanamo bay as the u.s. tries to close that facility. and some are concerned about the move. >> because the odds are that they will end up in the fight against us planning attacks on the united states of america. >> they are being very careful about how they are releasing any of these people. >> reporter: while the u.s. embassy reopened today it says the threat of terror attacks against american interests is high and urge citizens in yemen to be vigilant and take extra security measures. the fight against al-qaeda took on greater urgency after the failed christmas attempt to bomb an american passenger jet. in studio, sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> time now 5:46. this morning's health alert, it's a new year with a new list of resolutions if you're eating right, one of them is, you know, you can add certain foods to your diet to improve you
Jan 6, 2010 5:30am EST
now at top stories abc 2 news is working on for you. a driving force in the united states senate is not seeking re- election, chris dodd will not return to senate. dodd has been facing troubling poll numbers and his popularity has slipped since the 2008 failed run for president. the five term democrat plans to make an aunderstand noment later on today. >>> president barack obama says the failed christmas day airplane bombing was a screw up that could have been disastrous. he scolded 20 highest level officials says thing the government had enough information to stop the bomber from getting on a plane but the u.s. intelligence community did not connect the dots. >> canada is buying 44 full body scanners. officials say about a dozen will be used in the next month. the rest will be in operation by spring. >>> and florida's governor has signed an emergency order to deal with the cold weather, threatening the state's crops. the order will give the state agencies authorities to provide growers with assistance. forecasters say that the cold spell will last throughout the weekend. >>> now
Jan 8, 2010 5:30am EST
it is my responsibility. >> better and faster is what president obama also wants from the united states intelligence community in the wake of the failed christmas airliner attack. is he ordering changes and says it will improve airport screening terror watch lists as well as intelligence analysis. the government also plans to train and deploy hundreds more federal air marshals. >>> 5:00 47 right now. not -- 5:47 right now. not here, but six deaths, four in ohio, wen in kentucky, one in georgia have been blamed on the cold snap. in wisconsin, people could be waking up today to a foot of snow. >>> all right, we have a winter weather advisory that expires at 8:00 in the morning. as we were trying to hint at here, you on the eastern shore will have to deal with the snow longer. because there's less equipment out there, it does mean a larger problem, at least a bigger headache as we have our issue back here with the snow already on the ground and about 1 to 2 inches. some side streets still need to be handled. we showed you maryland's most powerful doppler radar. southern maryland, eastern
Jan 18, 2010 5:30am EST
with pending adoption case was american families 150 have already been sent to their parents in the united states. the dutch ministry's foreign affairs chartered a plane to pick up about 100 kids today. >>> 5:45. all the major networks and several cable channels will host an all star telethon for quake relief, called hope for haiti, coming up this morning. westminster -- wyclef jean will host it and also george clooney from l.a. it's coming up friday. >>> many predict earthquake relief including your text donations will surpass what was raised for hurricane katrina as well as the 2004 tsunami. to contribute just $10 to the red cross text "haiti" to 90999. on any cell phone regardless of your carrier. the donation will appear on your monthly bill. >>> we want to remind you about an abc2 news telethon we set up in conjunction with scripps and the american red cross. it will be from 4:00 to 8:00 tomorrow. the phones will be stacked with some of the folks from the red cross. you can always donate on-line. we set up a complete haiti earthquake web page. you can get the latest information as wel
Jan 27, 2010 5:30am EST
in six plant in the united states and one in california. to get a full list of the cars that have been suspended go to our website for more information. >>> dr. alonzo wants to focus on the city's charter school program it will force the closure of a few schools across the city. the issue is expected to be voted on at the next city school board meeting in late february. >>> 5:44, large amounts of narcotics and tons of evidence are being taken away from baltimore county homes. they are investigating right now, the police. it's an alleged dog fighting case. a woman who allegedly worked at a vet's office. >> reporter: it was in the north point area of the county. so far at least three people are facing charges of animal cruelty and drug distribution, police found large amounts of evidence of dog fighting. the authorities say the three pit bulls at the home were aggressive and showed signs of serious dog fighting. one of the suspects is vet technician. they found needles and treadmills and weights and police say they were used to make the dogs stronger and faster. >> it should be very alar
Jan 29, 2010 5:30am EST
. >>> she is accused of a cancer scheme on facebook. the defense her attorney has. >>> and from the united states to two other continents on a recall. >>> i'm jamie costello. >> i'm megan pringle. finally friday. >> justin berk with the weather. >> 5:59 on the clock. we've got cold air, no question about that. it will stay well below normal for the next few days. so bundle up when you step outside. we're looking at temperatures not only much colder but the windchills in the teens this morning. we're aiming for 30 on the thermometer downtown, the wind picks up. tomorrow, the so
Jan 5, 2010 6:30am EST
the odds are that they will end up in the fight against us planning attacks on the united states of america. >> they are being very careful about how they are releasing any of these people. >> reporter: while the u.s. embassy reopened today it said the threat of terrorist attacks against american interests is high and urged citizens in yemen to be vigilant and take extra security measures. the fight against al-qaeda took on greater urgency after a failed attempt to bomb a passenger jet christmas day. >>> students at a computer-based training company are out thousands of dollars. their school abruptly closed weeks after making their tuition payments. students got an e-mail new year's eve letting them know the also known as was closing down. the company has more than a dozen locations nationwide including towson and annapolis junction. many students had paid more than $13,000 for training courses that are now unexpectedly cut short. >> yeah, i don't have an extra $15,000 to shell out, to pay for the school. so it puts a big hurt on me. >> the maryland
Jan 11, 2010 6:30am EST
. >> state officials say they understand especially the in the sluggish economy, someone hurts someone but they defend the governor's desession. >>> former governor is calling on maryland to unite and march on annapolis this wednesday at the start of the legislative session, he is mu calling for thousands to protest o'malley's fiscal policies. the march is set for wednesday at 7:00 p.m. >>> 6:55, all new this morn, christmas tree recycling collection will begin in baltimore county starting today. if you are a resident you must place the tree in front of the curb or street no later an saturday, january 16th to insure they will be recycled and not collected from l alleys. residents are reminded to set out only one tree for collection, no decoration, bags or tree stands. for a complete list, log on to abc 2 we have everything there for you, it is lested under top stories. >> >> now, the forecast certified most accurate by weather rate and maryland's most powerful. >> we will hear good morning maryland talk about the record cold, 83 year old record as they drop into the mid-30s.
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